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A Campus of Possibility

The Office of Graduate Education works to uphold our graduate students' steadfast pursuit of knowledge and commitment to advancing their educations, expanding their career opportunities and improving their communities. 

The University of Denver offers over 120 programs across 10 schools and colleges. Pursue a master's or doctoral degree to advance your career, or remain competitive by earning a certificate in your field. Many programs are offered part-time or online, providing the flexibility to earn your degree while working full-time. Our staff is connected to every department and offers support — every step of the way — to ensure your successful transition to graduate student life.

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Choose from 120 graduate degrees and certificates across 10 colleges and schools.

Many programs are offered part-time or online, providing you the flexibility to earn your degree while working full-time.

Explore Our Programs

Navigating the Application Process

Graduate Admissions Policies & Procedures

All graduate students must hold a Bachelor's degree or higher, have a minimum 2.5 GPA from undergraduate studies and submit standardized test scores. Additional requirements differ from program to program.

Graduate Aid

Graduate financial aid comes in many forms, from federal lending to research funding to assistantships. We're happy to help you navigate these resources and optimize your financial investment. 

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